One other Monster Knife ! Some days ago , i'd talk with a guy who had use this model in Afghanistan . This man told me that he had simply cut half of the tree in a short time! Naturally, the trunk was raisonable, in spite of this, he believed that this knife had been made by the gods ! :evil: ... Gods to the devils, there is only a step !
For me, it is certainly one of 10 better knives of survival made by the men of willingnesses .
Mister Moon for WWW.M9M4.COM
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June 15, 2008, 02:38 AM
By Gods or devils ..... Depend who use this !
June 15, 2008, 09:43 AM
Mr Moon.....LOL Surely you jest ......LOL
And thanks for the Plug my friend.
As for tree work, that knife is only 8" Oal, and I have a better suggestion.
June 15, 2008, 09:57 AM
DAMNED That is more MONSTRUOUS !!! Yea !
June 15, 2008, 12:40 PM
Could we get a flat plan view of the knife? Acute perspective shots like that distort too much. What does it weigh?
BTW MM, why did your associate have to cut the tree in half?
June 15, 2008, 04:35 PM
From HSO : BTW MM, why did your associate have to cut the tree in half ?
M&M's : I don't know .. I wasn't in Afghanistan :)
Mister Moon Associates Corp. AT WWW.M9M4.COM
June 15, 2008, 04:42 PM
Dan makes good stuff, and does a lot for our troops!
June 15, 2008, 06:02 PM
well.....Yes I do have a few more photos.....and please excuse the exuberance of my friend from France.....LOL
I think we loose some in the translation, but I can assure you both him and I have the best in mind for all.
My web site http://www.relentlessknives.com/m1a.html
the rest of the website explains more.
I really didn't show up here to do that, just to check out the forum as Mister Moon said is was nice.
I did join here quite some time ago, but actually don't get the extra time I would like to be part of the communitys etc.
Mr. Certo, your knives look interesting. Your M1? MI? Ace looks very interesting and effective, though I'd prefer it without the false edge or saw teeth. I wish I had a little better idea of scale, though.
June 16, 2008, 01:53 PM
Your blades are not only interesting, but the designs appear very effective. Came across your work about 6 months ago, and I was interested immediately just because they look "MEAN." Have you ever considered using an actual (non-integral) guard and pommel (I like the idea of being able to use the butt of the blade for a hammer or striking surface if needed)?